Professor Shiro Takeda

Area and Subject Taught Environmental Economics
Research Theme(s) Climate Change Policy (Emissions Trading System), Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
Academic Degrees Ph.D. in Economics
Keywords for Research Field Climate Change Policy, Environmental Policy, Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
Office Phone Number Not public

Research Overview

My current research theme is economic analysis of climate change policy. In particular, I am studying emissions trading and emissions tax, using a computable general equilibrium analysis.

Notable Publications and Works

  • Yamazaki, Masato., and Takeda, Shiro (2016). “A Computable General Equilibrium Assessment of Japan’s Nuclear Energy Policy and Implications for Renewable Energy.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.
  • Yamazaki, Masato and Takeda, Shiro (2013). “An assessment of nuclear power shutdown in Japan using the computable general equilibrium model.” Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management, 3(1), 36–55.
  • Takeda, Shiro, Arimura, Toshi H., Tamechika, Hanae, Fischer, Carolyn, & Fox, Alan K. (2013). “Output-based allocation of emissions permits for mitigating the leakage and competitiveness issues for the Japanese economy.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 16(1), 89–110.
  • Takeda, Shiro, Horie Tetsuya, Toshi H. Arimura, (2012), “A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Border Adjustments Under The Cap-And-Trade System: A Case Study Of The Japanese Economy”, Climate Change Economics, Vol.3, No.1.
  • Takeda, Shiro (2010) “A computable general equilibrium analysis of the welfare effects of trade liberalization under different market structures”, International Review of Applied Economics, Vol.24, No.1, pp.75-93.
  • Takeda, Shiro (2007) “The double dividend from carbon regulations in Japan”, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, Vol. 21, Issue 3, pp. 336-364.